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March 24, 1966

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ltoz4 ha. THE WINTHROP NEWS, WINTHROP, SIBLE~ COUNTY, MINNESOTA THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1908 NUMBE]g N I|III, IN II is MEEALD THOMPSON BUBIED AT FOIST SNI~L/JNG ther Walter Merald Thompson, for- mer Winthrop resident was bur- ied Tuesday at Fort Snelling Na- tional cemetery. His demise at the age of 47 came as a shock to his many friends here. Account of the services were not available at press time due to the snow storm. Obituary will appear in these columns next week. Kenneth Berhnan Manager of Brownton Feed The cost of GoLf at the Win- throp Golf Club will be up slightly this season, but the raise is so slight that few will feel its bite. Club directors, meeting in Winthrop recently, adopted a fee schedule for 3.966 that calls for a $5,00 hike in the :;eason fee for lhe first membership sold in tlm farni!y. The remain- der of the fees will be the same as last year. In approvi)~ the new zcherJ- u!e the directors decided in favor of the present minimal season fee. and the 50 cents Kenneth Berkman who has daily green fee for club mem- been operating a portable feed have committees named in the near future. Regularly scheduled Saturday evening dinners and social events were suggested as a means of increasing income at the dub, and Schuette said he would have a social committee study any proposals that may be made. MR.S. AUCUST MELIUS PASSE.. ~ AWAY Mrs. August Melius passed away Tuesday evening. Funeral arrangements had not been made but the tentative day is Friday at the Zion Lutheran church. hers. At an earlier stockholders mill with R&W Produce has as- meeting, the nine directors were Military Rites sumed m~nagement of the , as ~..d to study a proposal which Brownton Fc-ed Mill. T?~e :nil] had v:ou]d have provide] for a big For Vietnam been closed. The following is boost in membership fees. and Irom the Brownton Bulletin:the elimination of the green fee A id Victim The Brownton Feed Mill will system. CC ent have a grand opening Friday, Here are the rates as adopted March Ii, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 by the directors: Military honors were accorded p.m. with a big line of specials, Stockholders ............ $20.00 Dwight D. Tollefson, Gaylord double premium offer, hot dogs, Spouse ............... $I0.00 area army private, in funeral sero. donuts and coffee. Saturday the Non.Stockholder ......... $30.00 vices Sunday at Noresla~d and mill will start grinding. Spouse .................. $15.00 the Norwegian Grove Cemetery. The doors of the feed mill clos- Member outside of 10 mile The Rev, J. N. Peterson offl- ed right after the first of the year radius ................... $20.00 elated at services from Nor~n and the community has had to Junior members will play as Lutheran Church. Tollefson~ the rely on portable~ mills since that they did in the past. Those ehil- son of Wlr. and Mrs. Ke~.eth Tob ~e. The m~ now re-opens un- dren of members will l~y $5.00 lefson, Rte. 2, LeSueur, was~, er new magement. KenneEh for the year with ~ green fees. ed in Vletnam March 4. ~I-I~ body "- ~ ........ -. Berkman of _Winthrop, who has and those of non.members $6.00 arrived here Friday. It will be official this weelCend, and generally add to the eonven- ing to racing ev~ at the /air- 10 years exeperienee With the R With fee. Six of the U.S, Army that is the opening of the r~lew lence for customers. Wide aisles grounds in Arlington May 30" & W Produce of Winthrop, will Social~ m~ips will be unit stationed in Mlrmea~ A~- Schreiner~s Supernutrket. The and low level gondolas also put June 19, July3, July 24, and A~. be manager. While with the Win. sold at $10.00. fired a rifle ~ute dcrtng the ._ '~y occasion will be marked by out.- most of the Items Within easy 13. Also being planned is a hor~ throp concern he specialized in A new tractor and several cremony at tli~ ~. ~ 1~11, reach. matinee and Af~r~0 ~ per- g~ and mixing, new bridges along with general bearers were three coups, Da- __a~lt~r, 72, prominent standing merchandise offerings, The Sehredners will continue to formance May 29th. " . ~Dor:.ln, New ~ un. prizes and trots this weeke~, will be assisted by bridge repair are expected to vidTo ~:_.~1~. ~f&ara ago, died FranW and AI ~r as offer fresh cut meats of allkinds as ~ey ~ve: tn the. past. YOU Following are ~the officers aSd ~ ~eb~m 8nd John Ha~dorn become major expenditures for Ronald Ert~ and ~ a -n-o ?l ted wiIl. tfll directors of t., - dub be= ~,.,~_ in the Winthrop Realty Co:build- ask for cuts of various kindsand for I~66: H~f~ld l~schmllk~r o